He has chosen to make his home in the centre of town as opposed to living in the expensive villages of leafy Cheshire.
Gundogan told The Sun: “I like the city, the people. I will stay in the centre.
“Pep's arrival was the biggest factor in leaving Dortmund. He is a tough manager, but everyone wants to works with him.
“If you ask all the players they would be happy to do so, even if it was just for a few months.
“I am really happy to be part of his team, just try to learn every day from him. It is a privilege and an honour.
“This is perhaps the most exciting project of my career. Everything is developing.
“We just try to prove to others in the Premier League and to our rivals in Europe we are a really good team and we want to be successful."